Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice
2021 -2-2 -2 2:28

Fantasy News

  • Blues' Dmitri Samorukov: Sent to St. Louis

    St. Louis obtained Samorukov from Edmonton on Sunday in exchange for forward Klim Kostin. Samorukov made his NHL debut last season in a game versus the Blues. He only logged 2:28 of ice time that night and finished with a minus-2 rating. Samorukov notched three goals and 18 points in 51 AHL contests during the 2021-22 campaign.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: On waivers

    Samorukov has been put on waivers, reports Sportsnet's Chris Johnston. Samorukov scored three goals and 18 points in 51 AHL games in 2021-22. He has one game worth of NHL experience.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Inks one-year contract extension

    Samorukov signed a one-year contract extension with the Oilers on Wednesday. Samorukov began the season with a broken jaw, but he's managed 11 points in 36 contests with AHL Bakersfield since joining the farm club in late October. The defenseman will stick with the Oilers' organization for at least one more season, though he's only played one game with the big club this season, going minus-2 in 2:28 of ice time.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Rejoins AHL affiliate

    Samorukov was assigned to AHL Bakersfield on Thursday, Mark Spector of reports. Samorukov will reprise his role with AHL Bakersfield, where he has recorded one goal and two assists through 15 appearances this season.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Set to join Edmonton

    Samorukov was recalled from AHL Bakersfield on Sunday, according to Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic. Samorukov played with CSKA Moscow last year and suffered a broken jaw during training camp, but he was healthy by the end of October and is now expected to finally make his NHL debut. He recorded eight points across 48 games with CSKA last season.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Healthy, joining AHL Bakersfield

    Samorukov (jaw) has been medically cleared to play after suffering a broken jaw during training camp. He was assigned to AHL Bakersfield on Tuesday. Samorukov, 22, played with CSKA Moscow last year, logging eight points in 48 games. The defenseman will likely spend all of the campaign with Bakersfield, as the Oilers' blue line doesn't have any immediate openings.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Inks overseas deal

    Samorukov agreed to terms on a one-year deal with CSKA Moscow on Friday, reports. Samorukov managed a mere 10 points in 47 outings with AHL Bakersfield this season as he struggled to translate his offensive game to the professional ranks. Selected by the Oilers in the third round of the 2017 NHL Draft, the 20-year-old blueliner still has two more years left on his entry-level deal to try and make his return to North America as well as his NHL debut.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Finishing OHL season strong

    Samorukov notched a pair of goals in Guelph's 7-4 Game 3 loss to London in OHL playoff action on Monday. Samorukov's strong game (and series) were for naught as fellow Edmonton defensive prospect Evan Bouchard has London one game away from completing the sweep. Although his season is on life support, the Oilers have to be thrilled with the strides the big Russian made over the course of the year. He had his most productive offensive season (45 points in 59 games) to date for the Storm and logged significant minutes for Guelph in all situations. Not bad for the 84th overall selection in 2017.
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  • Oilers' Dmitri Samorukov: Racking up points in OHL

    Samorukov chipped in a pair of assists in OHL Guelph's 7-5 upset of London on Tuesday. Fresh off his second straight appearance for his native Russia at the World Junior Championship, Samorukov returned to Guelph and continued to pile up the points. The 2017 third-round selection now has 13 points in his last eight appearances for the Storm and is gaining traction as a legitimate prospect. Samorukov is a big kid (6-foot-2, 185 pounds) who has displayed an ability to contribute at both ends of the rink. Samorkuov figures to finish the season with Edmonton's AHL affiliate in Bakersfield once Guelph's campaign comes to an end.
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